Premises liability is an area of personal injury law; it revolves around injuries or deaths that occur on someone else’s property – either a residence, business, or state, county and municipal property. In most jurisdictions, property owners have a duty to maintain their property, to inspect the premises for problems and to warn of hazardous conditions. Because of this doctrine, we feel confident we will be safe when walking down the aisle of the grocery store or entering a mall or restaurant. If the premises owner shirks this important duty, however, you may slip, trip, fall or suffer another type of accident. The most serious cases can result in lifelong disabilities or death.
When injury or death occurs, the victim or a loved one may have the right to file a lawsuit to recover damages. Typically, the kinds of damages that may be recovered are medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, lost wage and pain and suffering.
If you or a loved one has suffered a premises liability injury, you should speak with an experienced attorney to understand your legal rights to compensation. If it is determined that you have a valid claim, but you are experiencing problems paying the bills until a settlement is reached, you may want to consider lawsuit funding.
Lawsuit funding is a service that provides some financial relief to litigants who find themselves having financial difficulties. Assistance comes in the form of a lawsuit cash advance, money that is advanced to you in anticipation of a potential settlement or verdict. It should be used carefully, for serious needs, like mortgage or rent payments, car payments or medical expenses. All that is needed to apply is a strong case. There are no application fees, monthly payments or credit checks. A funding decision can be made as quickly as 24 hours after we receive case documentation. Use the money any way you wish and wait to pay us back from case proceeds. Should you lose your case, you would owe us nothing. Where else can you get risk-free fast cash?